"FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 2000 – SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11, 2000
Questioning the traditional relationship between interior and exterior, Dutch designer Petra Blaisse developed a new vocabulary for experimental interior and landscape environments, frequently introducing movement into otherwise stable architecture. The instability of space, of architecture, is not only questioned; it is embraced. Movements: Introduction to a Working Process,"" the first exhibition devoted to the work of Petra Blaisse and her office Inside Outside, included videotapes, samples and documentation of recent projects and a large-scale textile that hung from the building’s roof to the sidewalk covering a portion of Storefront’s façade."
Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control)
Box IA1: 48
ABBYY FineReader 11.0 (Extended OCR)
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